• Does vegetation structure influence criminal activity? Insights from Cape Town, South Africa 

      Potgieter, L.J.; Gaertner, M.; O'Farrell, P.; Richardson, D.M. (2019)
      Dense vegetation, especially thickets of trees or shrubs, has been associated with actual and perceived crime risk in several parts of the world. In some contexts, invasive alien trees and shrubs can create a habitat ...
    • Human dependence on natural resources in rapidly urbanizing South African regions 

      Balbi, S.; Selomane, O.; Sitas, N.; Blanchard, R.; Kotzee, I.; O'Farrell, P.; Villa, F. (IOP Publishing Ltd, 2019)
      Enhancing the governance of social-ecological systems for more equitable and sustainable development is hindered by inadequate knowledge about how different social groups and communities rely on natural resources.Weused ...
    • Levers and leverage points for pathways to sustainability 

      Chan, K.M.A.; Boyd, D.R.; Gould, R.K.; Jetzkowitz, J.; Liu, J.; Muraca, B.; Naidoo, R.; Olmsted, P.; Satterfield, T.; Selomane, O.; Singh, G.G.; Sumaila, R.; Ngo, H.T.; Boedhihartono, A.K.; Agard, J.; de Aguiar, A.P.D.; Armenteras, D.; Balint, L.; Barrington-Leigh, C.; Cheung, W.W.L.; Díaz, S.; Driscoll, J.; Esler, K.J.; Eyster, H.; Gregr, E.J.; Hashimoto, S.; Hernández Pedraza, G.C.; Hickler, T.; Kok, M.; Lazarova, T.; Mohamed, A.A.A.; Murray-Hudson, M.; O'Farrell, P.; Palomo, I.; Saysel, A.K.; Seppelt, R.; Settele, J.; Strassburg, B.; Xue, D.; Brondízio, E.S. (2020)
      Humanity is on a deeply unsustainable trajectory. We are exceeding planetary boundaries and unlikely to meet many international sustainable development goals and global environmental targets. Until recently, there was no ...